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Peter Chimaera book of hsitorical faFfiction is a self published book by infamous fanfiction writer Peter Chimaera. It contains fifteen short stories, each involving famous historical figures or literary characters. After every story, there is a short commentary written by the author in the "AFTERWORD" segments. In order, the stories are as follows:

It being a fanfiction, and a work by Peter Chimaera, there are many, many historical inaccuracies or just plain bizarre occurrences, such as Robin Hood being attacked by a laser sword wielding Cthulhu. And it also being a Peter Chimaera work, expect horrible grammar and spelling to make the book that much more hilarious.

The book can be bought and downloaded here.


This work includes the following tropes:

  • Achilles' Heel: Wyatt Earp's weakness is getting his arteries slashed by a polar bear.
  • Artistic License: Chimaera admits to doing this in the AFTERWORDs of several of the story. He points out when he altered or completely looked past historical facts or blatantly changed something for the sake of being cool.
  • Badass Santa: Santa Claus In! Reigns of Santa
  • Bears Are Bad News: The polar bear in Wyatt Earp Vs. Greater Attack.
  • Bellisario's Maxim: Invoked in the afterword of Genghis Khan's Teamup, in which the author admits that he learned after writing that Atilla the Hun lived centuries before Genghis Khan, but "taths okay it is all part of the story telling magic. You cans pretend it is okay."
  • Brainwashed and Crazy: Merlin
  • Cliffhanger: Wyatt Earp vs. Greater Attack ends with "But then" [sic] immediately after defeating a polar bear.
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  • Covers Always Lie: The cover of the paperback edition has three lines repeated supposedly from the book, including one that implies Robin Hood battling "300 Spartan mans". No such event happens in any of the stories. Incidentally, 300 Spartan mans never even appear; Leonidas In Falling Destiny has the Spartan ruler taking on Xerxes' forces by himself.
  • Crack Fic: Big time.
  • Deal with the Devil: In I Wish You Dead, Joan of Arc is tricked by a Genie into making a deal with the devil.
  • Dedication: "tahis book is DETECATED TO INTERNET".
    • Also at the end of Dorothy Recruits President America "Dedicated to America because they are friedns of Canada."
    • Alsø alsø dedicated to Thomas Edison at the end of Light Ball because he nuow what it like to invent things when you have writer's block.
  • Department of Redundancy Department: Many times.
    • ""War happpening" Van Helsing tell them "Get your war gun" "Who is war?""
    • "Someone was aldready hurt and it was hurt that they were hurt by a polar bear."
    • Robin Hood Fights Back takes place in "British England".
  • Did You Just Punch Out Cthulhu?: Robin Hood manages to kill the Trope Namer himself.
  • Downer Ending: In William Wallace Cuts Back William does not find out until later that his father and brothers were executed. He "lived sadly in Ireland."
    • ...Reigns of Santa has Santa dying.
  • The Dragon: In Kung Arthur and his Problem Merlin turns out to be the mindcontrolled one of these for an actual Dragon.
  • Even the Dramatic Reader is Stumped: Occurs in this particular reading of the Thomas Edison chapter, once the reader reaches the afterword mentioned below under Mind Screw; question marks flash on the screen and the text begins to spin and warp while the guy struggles to read it.
  • Evil vs. Evil: Genghis Khan and Attila the Hun take on Blackbeard.
  • Good People Have Good Sex: After Robin Hood kills Cthulhu, he and Maid Marian "got merried andhda sex."
  • Historical Domain Characters
  • Historical Fiction
  • Historical Hero Upgrade
  • Historical Villain Upgrade
  • Hitler Liked Muffins: See Lost Aesop, though it doesn't seem to be even trying to make a point.
  • Instant Awesome: Just Add Dragons!: The dragon in Kung Arthur and his Problem.
  • Jackass Genie: Joan of Arc encounters one in I Wish You Dead.
  • Large Ham: In Sherlock In The Miystery, they were about to shoot at a dog. However, the dog was friendly and the gun hammed.
  • Laser Blade: Cthulhu has a laser sword in Robin Hood Fights Back.
  • Lost Aesop:
    I had to write about Hitelr because i think its important lesson to learn from people in history who do terrible thing but i think even though all that he and i probably both like muffins so we shuld not be judgjing others even thought thats what Hilter did.
  • Mega Crossover: A minor example: Just as Einstein completes his Theory of Relativity at the start of Einstein's Theory of Justice, Thomas Edison appears from the past with a mummified Julius Caesar in tow to steal it. The battle is described in detail, with Einstein's attackers fading to dust for staying in an era far from their own for too long.
  • Mind Screw: From Returns of Caesar:
    "Caser was dysnnrf om yjr back." ! Said a smart police soldiers.
    • There is also a passage in the afterword for Light Ball wherein the entire narration suddenly descends into utter madness for a couple of lines before just as suddenly snapping back to (semi-) coherency.
    "...where goald beocomes makreasred aotuah of iraon oara leradrd buat thatsethe beatn and idraea that asd donra alreadsyt sor5 I daddiecdd not to write about it."Translation??? 
  • Moe Greene Special: Robin Hood does this to Cthulhu
  • Mummy: Julius Caesar is one
  • Nice Shoes: The Ruby Slippers, of course
  • One-Man Army: Leonidas in Falling Destiny
  • Outside-Genre Foe: Robin Hood Fights Back starts out like a pretty faithful retelling of the Robin Hood mythos, then Chutulu suddenly appears with a lightsaber. Lampshaded by the author in the afterword.
  • Ptero Soarer: One of these attacks Honest Abe.
  • Public Domain Characters: Along with actual people from history, there are several stories about or involving characters in the public domain. They include Cthulhu, Robin Hood, and Santa Claus.
    • And Sherlock Holmes, widely believed to be in the Public Domain. It's complicated.
  • Rated M for Manly
  • Real Men Wear Pink: Abraham Lincoln puts on the ruby slippers
  • Rouge Angles of Satin: To such a ridiculous degree that it has to be intentional.
  • Scotireland: During William Wallace Cuts Back, Peter mixes up Scotland and Ireland.
  • Shown Their Work: Amazingly enough, Peter Chimaera was able to get a fair amount of things right about the people used in the stories. If you pay close enough attention you can spot them.
  • Stylistic Suck: All of Peter Chimaera's stories are intentionally bad.
  • Super Mode: Xersex got powered up and turned super cyan.
  • Troll Fic: Again, all of Peter Chimaera's stories are intentionally bad.
  • Unexplained Recovery: We're never told how William Wallace "survived" his execution.
  • Villain Team-Up: Genghis Khan and Atilla the Hun join forces to fight Blackbeard in Genghis Khan's Teamup.
  • Wholesome Crossdresser: In Dorothy Recruits President America, Abraham Lincoln put on Dorothy's red shoes to protect himself from the flying monkey's magic.


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